Arizona Civic Exchange—CivEx—helps Arizonans deepen their commitment to public service, grapple with complex problems, and explore different viewpoints.
All CivEx sessions are built to emphasize discussion with presenters and among participants. The program is open to the public on a registration basis.
A Tale of Two Towns: Rural Economic Revitalization
Wednesday, September 30, 2:00 p.m.
People who work in rural economic development believe their communities can be creative, thriving entrepreneurial centers. Flinn-Brown Fellows Mignonne Hollis and Russ Yelton share a passion for rural Arizona and will discuss how their work has connected with rural communities.
Hosted by Mignonne Hollis, executive director, Arizona Regional Economic Development Forum, and Russ Yelton, president of Yelton and Associates.
Backgrounder: Rural Arizona Map
Young Talent Progress Meter
Thursday, October 29, 3:00 p.m.
Arizona’s long-term success depends on the contributions of all our young people. Arizona is “the place to be” for the next generation of doers, makers, thinkers, and innovators to advance their lives and communities.
Hosted by Sybil Francis, Ph.D., president and CEO, Center for the Future of Arizona
Backgrounder: Young Talent Progress Meter Overview
(Registration instructions forthcoming)